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I looked but only found the rubber slip on grip. ......

Here's my problem. I love the USP line. Have 2 in 9 and 2 in 45. However, I'm always fighting the gun/s. The grips are a bit too straight for me, along with being a bit too slippery. I fight the gun when I draw it because it never points right and when I shoot it I end up having to readjust my hand because it slides in my hand. I really prefer finger grooves but especially palm swells. On my P2000 I use the biggest grip insert. That and the G19 are two guns that feel like they were made for me.

So.....aside from the rubber slip on grips is there anything else?

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Have you looked into Talon Grips? I have some on my P30 and they work great.

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My USP 45 full size has them. Came like that. Does help but the grip is still to thin/straight

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Have you looked at Hogue Handall Grips. They are slip-on, but they have finger grooves and palm swells. They work really well on USP's...IMHO.


Even on a P2000 with large backstrap installed.
 

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Have you looked at Hogue Handall Grips. They are slip-on, but they have finger grooves and palm swells. They work really well on USP's...IMHO.


Even on a P2000 with large backstrap installed.
I knew they existed but didn't know they had palm swells. Thanks, I'll be trying them out

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Have you looked into Talon Grips? I have some on my P30 and they work great.

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I have Talons on all my pistols, they work great.

I put a Handall on my 45c as I prefer the batman grips to the block style.
 

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Used DecalGrip on my USP's for years, they stick well and work great!
 

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Thanks guys. Haven't gotten around to ordering Hogues. Been procrastinating hoping to find one at a gun store. No luck. Just going to have to order

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I prefer the Pachmyr ones, not as thick, as i have medium-large hands.
my usp45T stock grip feels a bit thick for my hand with strong-arm only. two hand is best way for me at range.

have hogue hand all one also, its ok, but I prefer the pachmyr one. try them both and decide. not too expensive.

I have the pachmyr grip on my usp45, it feels great with the grooves, just feels a wee thick.


pachmyr one i have does not have a added palm swell, like the hogue does.
 

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I had a Hogue grip on one of my USP's but then I took it off. Feels great in my hand without it.
 
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